I think that this is a great Visual FoxPro book.
If you have any questions about the book, just ask
one of the authors: Rod Paddock: [...]
Rod is very knowledgeable about Visual FoxPro and his skills
reflect on this book. After using the book for quite some time,
I don't understand why the couple of bad reviews about this book.
Someone complained about "screens". It doesn't make sense to me.
This great book can used to help you, even if you have Visual FoxPro 9 installed.
FoxPro didn't change much in terms of concepts. Just check
what Ken Levy has to say: [...]
The book is loaded with practical examples. If only one example
of this book will help you get through a code hurdle you may
face, I believe that's a well worth money invested.
Here's the Table of contents for Visual Foxpro 6 Enterprise Development:
Part I Analysis and Design 1
Chapter 1 Establishing Development Standards 3
Chapter 2 Analysis, Design, and Prototyping 27
Part II Object and Coding Development 57
Chapter 3 Using Visual FoxPro's Debugging Facilities 59
Chapter 4 Integrating Visual FoxPro and Object-Oriented Programming 99
Chapter 5 The FoxPro Enterprise Classes 131
Chapter 6 Communicating with Other Applications 161
Chapter 7 Using the Windows API 205
Chapter 8 Multi-User Development Techniques 245
Chapter 9 Creating Development Tools 295
Part III Database Development 339
Chapter 10 Creating a Visual FoxPro Database 341
Chapter 11 Using SQL in Visual FoxPro Applications 425
Part IV Application Deployment 451
Chapter 12 Client/Server Database Development with Visual FoxPro 453
Chapter 13 Deploying Visual FoxPro Internet Applications 491
Chapter 14 Deploying and Distributing Your Applications 525
Part V Advanced Visual FoxPro Topics 565
Chapter 15 Advanced OOP--An Introduction to Visual Modeling 567
Chapter 16 Advanced Internet with Visual FoxPro 615
Chapter 17 Drag and Drop 651
Chapter 18 Visual FoxPro and Visual Studio 6 681
Appendix What's on the CD? 711
After purchasing this book, if you like it as much as I do, please
come back to this page and express your opinion (either positive
or negative). It's the minimum we can do for the great job the authors of
this book did. They deserve congrats!